21 examples of Acidic in a sentence
So many such that it's now just a home for bacteria who really like acidic, toxic conditions.
In this case, boiling water canning is for canning things that are already pretty
We find them in fissures of rock miles beneath our feet, in boiling waters of the ocean floor, in
waters of thermal springs, and in cloud droplets miles above our heads.
Within minutes, the tablet starts disintegrating in the
fluids of your stomach.
foods, like citrus and tomatoes, can worsen irritation of the esophagus when they leach out with stomach acid.
And the hydrothermal vents were in an
Carnivorous plants tend to grow in places with highly
soil, which is poor in crucial nutrients like nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium.
And though many waste products are acidic, fatigued muscles still maintain pH within normal limits, indicating that the tissue is effectively clearing these wastes.
Excess carbon dioxide is not only driving global warming, it's also changing ocean chemistry, making the sea more
In fact, species like the mountain-dwelling bearded vulture have stomachs so acidic, they can digest most bones in just 24 hours.
And as it does so, it makes the ocean more
That material is more soluble in
The screenplay is often acidic, cynical, and caustic and Killer Movie essentially pokes fun at realty television shows, featuring a cast of characters one might find on The Real World.
The best way I've been able to explain it is that it's quite
The interplay between these characters is crackling and witty (much like STAR TREK's Spock and McCoy, only more acidic!).
The stars could all have performed the musical as written--the most accomplished, acidic, and cynical of Rodgers and Hart's output, thanks to a great book by John O'Hara, but Columbia just couldn't leave well enough alone, although it certainly didn't take away half the score and replace it with half-baked numbers by Roger Edens, like MGM did to "On the Town."
Even the chemistry of the land and ocean is changing, with the ocean becoming more
– thus threatening coral reefs – as a result of higher carbon dioxide.
Well-established scientific evidence shows that it is becoming emptier, warmer, and more acidic, putting marine life under serious pressure.
In the coral reef example, both the nutrient and fish thresholds fall as sea temperatures rise and the oceans become more
Temperatures will rise, storms will intensify, the oceans will become more acidic, and species will go extinct in vast numbers as their habitats are destroyed.
But this success encouraged maize monocropping, which made the soil more
and less fertile over time.